OUR CURRENT ACTIVITIES

As part of our daily activities, often times RIAC encounters activities proposed by our members, projects that come out of previous activities, events aim to raise awareness, partnerships with other organizations or communities and so on. Come and be part of our current projects, bring and idea, be a partner, invite others that might benefit and contribute to our activities.

RIAC’s Scholar Track Program

RIAC’s Scholar Track Program will commence in September 2016, and will provide ESL Classes, homework help, assistance in applying for universities and scholarships, employment and career counseling, as well art and music classes, for High School Students in the Metro Area.

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RIAC's fundraising initiative: Chase the Ace

The Refugee and Immigrant Advisory Council (RIAC) is excited to announce their latest fundraising initiative: Chase the Ace, a chance to win big, while having a great time. No cover, board games, cards, open mic and a licensed bar! Buying a $5 ticket gives you a chance to win the nightly prize, AND the Jackpot

Addressing the Oral Health Needs

Addressing the Oral Health Needs of the Refugee Population and Residents of Newfoundland & Labrador

Employment Fair

We will connect aspiring employees with career orientation support and potential employers.

Refugee Week

As part of the recognition of June 20th as refugee day, we will hosting a series of events during the week of June 20th to the 24th

Less Violence, More Violins

Less Violence, More Violins is a fundraising event directed by Jennifer Johnson. The event is a fundraising concert that features some of St. John’s best string players. The event fundraises for causes that help reduce the incidence of violence in the local community.